Latest News 14/04/2019

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KERRY PETROLEUM JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP

Asdee  1-6     Beale  2-11

Beale came out on top in the second round of the Junior Championship by eight points, which does not tell the full story of a game that was within a score or two for the most part. 

Beale, playing with a strong wind, started the stronger of the two teams and raced into four point lead with two points each from James McMahon and Ger Gorman. 

Asdee’s first score of the game was a Cyril Dineen goal, brilliantly fisting to the net from a Darragh Keane delivery. Cormac Linnane responded with a point for Beale, with Sean Keane quickly following up with a well-taken point. 

Beale then took advantage of a misplaced pass resulting in Callum McSweeney scoring a goal. Asdee bounced back with Paul O’Carroll and Darragh Keane notching over a point each to, before Ger Gorman pointed just before the break. Half time score was Beale 1-6 Asdee 1-3.

In the second half, Callum McSweeney added another point for Beale, with Darragh Keane replying with a point for Asdee. For large periods of the second half, Asdee enjoyed plenty of possession but were guilty of missing numerous chances. 

James McMahon scored a beautiful point from distance before a turning point in the game came when John Doran was very harshly dismissed for a second yellow card after 42 minutes. Asdee rallied and Darragh Keane added two points to bring the deficit to two points.

Beale responded with a point from Cormac Linnane before Fionn Toomey ghosted into space to punch a ball to the back of the Asdee net.

Asdee to their credit, took the game to Beale, but out of the many attacking positions our attempts for goal were denied or shots for points going narrowly wide.

Ger Gorman added two late points for Beale to leave the full time score, Beale 2-11 Asdee 1-6. Asdee showed plenty of fighting spirit, yet will be disappointed not to have been closer in spite of the sending off and being missing a number of starting players.

Asdee Team: J. Kelly, C. Keane, M. Collins, C. Carmody, J. Keane, J. Doran, D. O’Connor, M. Breen, K. Kelly, D. Russell, S. Keane, P. O’Carroll, S. Lynch, C. Dineen, D. Keane. Subs: O. Tydings, J. Collins, K. McNamara, E. Kennedy, S. Doran, B. Coughlan, M O’Hanlon.

Beale: M O’ Sullivan, S O’Sullivan, C Kissane, J Griffin, F Toomey, K Walsh-O’Boyle, J King, D Hayes, P Blake, F Linnane, C Linnane, G Gorman, C McSweeney, J McMahon, P Horgan.

COUNTY MINOR LEAGUE

Asdee/B/ford/B/Donoghue  0-13  Glenflesk  0-10

The combination side qualified for the county Division 3b final after a hard earned 3point win over Glenflesk on Friday evening last.The combined team got off the a blistering start and had two points on the board by the 5th minute but with some great defending very bad wides been kicked by the forwards they could have easily been home and dry by half time, but with 20 minutes on the Board had only 5points to show for their dominance. 
Glenflesk started to find their feet and kicked a couple of points to bring the half time score ABB 0-7 Glenflesk 0-7
The second half started with both sides trading scores, Glenflesk brought the game to within 3points but after an off the ball incident with resulted with a red card for the Glenflesk defender the combined team never looked back and saw the game out with the final score ABB 0-13 Glenflesk 0-10
Team and scorers: R O’Neill, R Foley, L Guiney, G Stack, P Carmody, J Donnegan, C Carmody(0-1) B O’Neill(0-1) S Doran, T O’Carroll, M Nolan(0-3) P O’Neil, B Murphy J Kennelly (0-7) B Keane
Subs J Prendergast, C Doran, A O’Connor, O Ryall R O’Neill, A Foley

STARS IN THEIR EYES.

As with many clubs in rural Ireland, St. Marys, Asdee are doing their best to keep the club and the local community spirit alive. So it is hoped through the following event the club can hope to achieve that; and progress the plans to further enchance the facilities at Jack Walsh Park.

So the Club will be hosting the third and final “Stars In Their  Eyes” in the Asdee Community Centre on Sunday May 5th with the show kicking off at 7 45pm; doors open at 6 45pm Tickets for the Club Fundraiser Stars in Their Eyes will be available this weekend at E15each when the Club will also be revealing the various acts for this year’s event. Bar in the Marquee and Disco afterwards. Complementary programme for all ticket holders.
Things are starting to take shape with under a month to go. The Club would appreciate any support you can give as Jack Walsh Park is about to undergo a big redevelopment in the coming months.

GOLDEN GOAL  Week 9 winners in our Fundraisers”Golden Goal”  were; Orla O Carroll. Kilcolman, Asdee and Martin Stack, Tullahinell, Ballylongford  who will each receive E40 to be given out each week to the winning number that corresponds with the first goal scored. This is in conjunction with upcoming Fixtures in both National Football and Hurling Leagues and Championship; (Televised games). Tickets are now available and will be on sale each week for the duration of both National League and Championship from Club members and at the usual outlets; “Jack Jays” Bar and John Pius at E2 each.

FIXTURES. Kerry Petroleum Junior Club Championship Asdee are in Group 2 .Next up will be a date with Reenard at Walsh Park, on the weekend of April 20/21st. Next County League Division 5 fixture will be a home game against Rathmore on Sat/Sun. May 11/12th. . McCarthys Insurance Brokers Senior Football League Division 2; Semi Final; Asdee v Duagh. Sunday May 19th. Venue and time to be confirmed

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